Principal's Message: June 2017

I am extremely proud of our graduates for their dedication and commitment to learning. I wish our graduates continued success in middle school, high school, college and beyond. PS88Q has provided each and every one our graduating students with the...

"I'm Maggie Ramos, P.S. 88's parent coordinator. I have my own P.S. 88 page now where you can see what I'Ve found for you & your children!"

 Is your child entering kindergarten in September? I found some great resources for you: https://www.ps88q.com/en/maggie-ramos-parent-coordinator

"The ease in which I am able to move around the room to assist and conference with students is a huge improvement from the old lab. " says Mr. Nolan

"Parents can explore the P.S. 88 website on the office iPad kiosk while they wait," says Mr. Quintana.

Story by Elissa Staib & Alexandra Kikolski, both from 4-408

Council Member Crowley's Contribution to P.S. 88Q

Council Member Elizabeth Crowley has served the communities of Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, Ridgewood, and parts of Woodside and Woodhaven since 2009. Every day she fights for our local families addressing quality of life in the neighborhoods with a strong...

Message from Senator Addabbo

Hello to the entire P.S. 88Q family. It has been an honor to represent you as your State Senator. As a member of the Senate Education Committee, and a father of two children in the elementary public school system, I hold educational issues as a...

On October 21st, P.S. 88 participated in their FIRST COLOR RUN! Over 600 students, staff, and families gathered to support our Safe and Caring school. The event was a huge success where the entire community joined together to race through Ridgewood. The 104th precinct escorted our students safely through the town where hundreds of people were doused with colored powder ! At the finish line, the entire P.S. 88 family had a dance party that lasted until sunset! Thank you for making this event a huge success!

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